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who? Larry? oh yeah that announcer WCW had.

again a guy who appears to not know how professional wrestling works. dropping Sting from the rafters for a year was a great storyline. he didn't need to wrestle or talk, but people loved what Sting was doing at the time.
Larry was a wrestler. He was in one of the best war games matches off all time (Stinger Squadron vs. Dangerous Alliance).

WCW fans who can't let go of the past are killing pro-wrestling today. There I said it.
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I wouldn't say "buried". More like "bitched about" TNA.

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Larry is a legend, one of the GOAT heels.

Mad respect for him.

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how well known was Zbysko on TV? only time I remember him wrestling was against Scott Hall. sounds like he's one of these old school wrestlers from a time when wrestling was all about wrestling and not entertainment. times change. the same as some old man who complains about how when he was a kid bubblegum was a nickle.
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who? Larry? oh yeah that announcer WCW had.

again a guy who appears to not know how professional wrestling works. dropping Sting from the rafters for a year was a great storyline. he didn't need to wrestle or talk, but people loved what Sting was doing at the time.
Yeah a guy who has been involved in wrestling for like 40 years (ranging from wrestling, commentary, etc) has no idea how professional wrestling works.

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how well known was Zbysko on TV? only time I remember him wrestling was against Scott Hall. sounds like he's one of these old school wrestlers from a time when wrestling was all about wrestling and not entertainment. times change. the same as some old man who complains about how when he was a kid bubblegum was a nickle.
Wrestling was always about entertainment. They cut promos in the 60s and 70s.

WCW fans who can't let go of the past are killing pro-wrestling today. There I said it.
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Larry's comment about Sting shows he doesn't know enough. that was part of the storyline that made it so big! this dropping from the ceiling and being the rafters and not talking, that was a major part of the Sting storyline. that's what made it epic. so to criticize that is just stupid.

whatever promos they did before the early 80's were different. I think wrestling changed with the start of Wrestlemania, and especially once wrestling started appearing on TV more often.
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Wrestling was always about entertainment. They cut promos in the 60s and 70s.
look at Kanes early work or Sting after he had the crow look
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Wrestling legend Larry Zbyszko recently spoke with Steve and Scum of WGD Weekly. Highlights -




I would like to know a few things. One does he actually watch the product. Because once in a while flipping it on doesn't make me too confident in his opinion. I mean he doesn't have to watch every week but once every few months does not count. Two how much inside does he really have on the behind the scenes. Some of the stuff he is saying sounds like some "I heard from another guy who heard from another guy" stuff. Does he actually have inside info. Things like TNA wrestlers live on food stamps goes against basically everything the actual past and current Wrestlers have said.
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Never really liked Zbyszko, but he has some good points. His comment about AJ/Daniels still doing the same thing after 10 years is my main beef with TNA's roster. Pretty much every guy on the roster has already faced everyone multiple times. They need some new talent in the top to keep things fresh. I know they are working on it, and thats something that takes time, but they should have started building up new talents 4 years ago.
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